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E-Learning University of Athens| Online Courses | Greek Language

Does it sound Greek to you? The Supplementary Distance Education Programme (E-Learning) of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens presents Greek Language online courses for those who need to start learning, enhance their skills or develop their communication abilities in Greek Language.

A range of courses for all levels is available. The courses are currently addressed to candidates with no previous background in Greek Language, learners of Greek as a Second or Foreign Language who attend language courses in parallel and expatriates who at some point have attended a Greek language school and have been taught Greek in a classroom environment.

Either interested on developing  the necessary language skills for basic activities (interpersonal and telephone communication, commercial transactions, communication with a doctor and other basic human activities) or keen to improve your skills in written speech, browse and find the right course for you.

elearninguoa.org/courses/greek-language

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